The Inner Dialogue. Most of us agree that thought proceeds the motion of our reality. Do we realize how deep this goes? Do we realize that we have the power to either damn or bless our homes, careers, relationships with the thoughts we think? Yes, we do.
So why do we continue to let Monkey Mind determine our reality? How do we control the inner dialogue? The mind, whether of the Universal or Individual has but one way to act in ANY beginning moment. As soon as the mind selects an idea, either consciously or unconsciously, creation within the Universe is expressed.
But it is the idle thoughts that create the mental chatter of our minds in a state of unawareness. This inner dialogue performs as either an untamed beast, or as a majestic “womb” of pure potentiality for peace and blessing. Every source of sacred scripture emphasizes the practice of meditation to calm the mind.
Most of us however, are unable to live a life that keeps us in a state of meditation. Nevertheless, regular meditation practice has the ability to seep into our normal state of conscious awareness, and thereby re-program our minds with new and inspired belief systems.
How else to retrain the mind?
The way to cure the ills, false desires and pains of life, is to simply forget them, and to set the mind only on the Good, the Beautiful and the True.
Applied Philosophy: The Source of Wrong Thought
We all understand that our environment is of our own making. We all understand that we have the power to choose what we want to think, and what power we will give to each thought.
The secret then for abundant living (being happy is the abundance we are seeking) is FOCUSED attention on abundance, blessings, and living in gratitude.
ANY THOUGHT NOT OF THIS FREQUENCY MUST BE RELEASED. NEGATED. REMOVED FROM OUR MINDS.
Practicing affirmations for abundance in the morning, afternoon, and evening is not enough. How many of us actually remember to recite our affirmations 3 times a day anyway? We do them when we remember. Yet, the application of intention is very powerful.
We must become what we desire. Abundant Living comes from Abundant Joy.
“The master of the art of living makes little distinction between her work and play, her labor and her leisure, her mind and her body, her education and her recreation, her love and her religion. She hardly knows which is which; she simply pursues her vision of excellence in whatever she does, leaving other to decide whether she is working or playing. To her, she is always doing both.” ~ The Buddha
In Love and Light ~ Indigo